Orahovica Monastery


Orahovica Monastery

The Orahovica Monastery is a Serbian Orthodox monastery in Orahovica, Croatia. It is mentioned in 1583 when it was a seat of the Požega metropolitanate and an important culuro-religious center, located in the then Virovitica County. It is thought to have been built before the end of the 15th century.

See also

  • List of Serb Orthodox monasteries

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